Good to see they’ve got Tennent’s back as the draught lager at the City Halls. While hardly the world’s greatest beer, at least it’s local. And as far as mass produced commercial lagers go, it’s certainly no worse than the brewed-in-the-UK versions of Danish or American brands they’ve been using for the past couple of years.

Of course, if you’re going for a pint before or after a concert at the City Halls, there are plenty of good pubs with interesting beer in the area: Blackfriars, Bar 91, the Beer Cafe and Babbity Bowsters are some of the ones which spring to mind. But if you want something to drink during the show, you’re once more able to support the Glasgow brewing industry as you do so.

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